Six more people were hauled out of the sea after a ferry sank in the Philippines with dozens onboard, officials said Saturday, as navy divers were called in to hunt for survivors.
Maria Luz Gabitanan (right), whose brother was a survivor of the capsized MV Lady of Mount Carmel, talks to Philippine Coast Guard spokesman Commander Arman Balilo after the ferry accident in Burias island in the central Philippines, in Manila on June 14, 2013. Six more people were hauled out of the sea after a ferry sank in the Philippines with dozens onboard, officials said Saturday.
Seven people remain missing a day after the Lady of Mount Carmel ferry mysteriously sank in calm weather about two kilometres (1.2 miles) from central Burias island, killing two women passengers.
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